Cashmere: It's Now and Forever

 

 

 

 This fall, make cashmere a staple of your wardrobe. And why not? It’s irresistible!  Delicious colors and rich neutrals will become pivotal pieces around which you can build your transitional and deep winter wardrobes.

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Heading south?  Bring your cashmere with you!  Balmy days can turn to chilly nights, and we’ve all experienced arctic air conditioning! A graceful, diaphanous piece, drenched with color will satisfy your senses like the richest dessert.

 

Effortless elegance is yours with just the right piece. Never trendy, your cashmere lends you timeless style and comfort.  A luxury fiber, so soft to the touch, our hand-crafted Kinross cashmere adheres to exacting European standards and is made to last.

Zoe Couture cashmere will caress you with innovative colors and hues. Tina Stevens wraps will take you on your journeys, to the office, or running errands about town.

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Bundle up in cashmere coats, hats, and gloves. Slip on a richly hued weightless cashmere sweater. Wrap yourself in your stunning ruana.  Comfort, warmth, durability, and fashionable style are yours in cashmere.

 

Know your cashmere

Can’t wear wool? Hate that itchy, scratchy feeling?  Good news – wear cashmere!  Cashmere isn’t from sheep; it’s the softest hair from goats, especially goats from cold climates like inner Mongolia.

 

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Cashmere is categorized by Ply and Gauge.  Ply refers to the number of strands twisted together to make a particular yarn.  Cashmere garments are generally made with 2 ply 26’s metric size yarn.  In simple terms, that’s two strands of yarn knitted together. 3 ply or 4 ply garments would weigh more. Gauge refers to the number of stitches per inch and the number of rows per inch. 

 

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From diaphanous to dense, there’s cashmere to meet your every need.  Warm, weightless, wonderful, cashmere affords you practicality, luxury and effortless style.  Don’t leave home without it!

The Midi Hem

As autumn approaches, why not FALL in love with a longer hem that ends between the knee and the ankle? Introducing the perfect hemline for fall:  The Midi Hem.  The midi length hem is a great alternative to the maxi and mini skirt. Change up the look of your outfit by pairing it with a traditional blouse, cardigan, oversize sweater or short jacket.  Accessorize your midi hem with loosely-tied bows, belts and wraps. Whatever look you are going for, the midi length is meant to flatter your figure.Tight and straight silhouette midi hems give your outfit a flirty, more sensual look. While the a-line midi skirt accentuates the waist and most importantly, gives you the opportunity to twirl.

Tight and straight silhouette midi hems give your outfit a flirty, more sensual look.


While the a-line midi skirt accentuates the waist and most importantly, gives you the opportunity to twirl.

The Colors of Fall

Fall is known for its neutral shades and earthy tones. This year, fall fashion is centered around classical tawny brown and exciting burgundy hues. 

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Lucky you! This seasons top two colors are stunning both together or separate. This season, brown is the new black and you will quickly discover how versatile this neutral truly is. Rich, luxurious brown pairs perfectly with the warm, deep purple tones found in burgundy.  

Lucky you! This seasons top two colors are stunning both together or separate. This season, brown is the new black and you will quickly discover how versatile this neutral truly is. Rich, luxurious brown pairs perfectly with the warm, deep purple tones found in burgundy.  

The Plaid Fad

Plaid is a classic fall staple year after year. This fall season, the runway has been inspired by the plaid pattern and its classicality through the use of tartan, checks, and ginghams. This fall, once again, has modernized the look in a memorable way. 


The Newest Neutral

New York Fashion Week's lineup has reinvented the meaning of neutral. The once bold and complex tartan design has been effortlessly meshed into a variety of outfits to establish a feeling of neutrality.

Here, a plaid fur jacket is paired with bold black leather accessories and a full floral skirt. Rather than competing, the two distinctly different patterns create a cohesive, high fashion look. 

This fall, do not be afraid to experiment with patterns and color by adding an element of plaid into your look. 

One staple piece in every woman's closet this fall is the beloved button-down. Whether worn around the waist, dressed up with a skirt, paired with everyday denim, or tucked underneath a warm sweater, a touch of plaid completes an ensemble and adds an additional touch of style. 

One staple piece in every woman's closet this fall is the beloved button-down. Whether worn around the waist, dressed up with a skirt, paired with everyday denim, or tucked underneath a warm sweater, a touch of plaid completes an ensemble and adds an additional touch of style. 

Tracy Brent Collection's Plaid Tunic by Joseph Ribkoff is a fall fashion favorite! The details of this piece, such as an off-center seam and staggered hemline add an element of style and creativity to a classical piece. 

Tracy Brent Collection's Plaid Tunic by Joseph Ribkoff is a fall fashion favorite! The details of this piece, such as an off-center seam and staggered hemline add an element of style and creativity to a classical piece. 

Find allover plaid overwhelming? Deconstructed plaid is a stylish way to play upon the trend in a creative way. The abstract prints used in our Tayah Print Dress and Joseph Ribkoff Plaid Dress carry the influence of the plaid trend through their use of tartan pattern and overlapping lines. 

Find allover plaid overwhelming? Deconstructed plaid is a stylish way to play upon the trend in a creative way. The abstract prints used in our Tayah Print Dress and Joseph Ribkoff Plaid Dress carry the influence of the plaid trend through their use of tartan pattern and overlapping lines. 

This same concept of abstract design can be seen in our Joseph Ribkoff Mixed Pant. The pattern takes away from the plaid trend through incorporating elements of the tartan pattern with crossed lines and overlapping squares. Although more of a stretch from the typical plaid style, this pant is on trend with fall fashion without feeling forced. 

This same concept of abstract design can be seen in our Joseph Ribkoff Mixed Pant. The pattern takes away from the plaid trend through incorporating elements of the tartan pattern with crossed lines and overlapping squares. Although more of a stretch from the typical plaid style, this pant is on trend with fall fashion without feeling forced.